Special Guests & Schedule of Events Announced for Grain Surfboard's "Surf Re-Evolution" September 10, 2011
Grain Surfboard's is proud to announce the list of confirmed special guests and schedule of events for one of the most unique surf festivals the East Coast has seen to date.
Along with Korduroy.TV, Grain has invited some of the most forward-thinkers they could find to join them at Long Sands Beach in York, Maine to see and try out re-evolutionary surfboards, after which the festivities decamp to the farm where Grain's shop is located to share art, films, live music and ideas.
Confirmed Special Guests:
Pine Knot Surfboards
Cyrus Sutton - Korduroy.TV
Merchant’s Row Hand Planes
Endless Wave - Wax Buddy
Zero Waste Event:
This is Grain's first zero-waste event – with the help of Ecomovement Consulting, Grain is shooting for nothing left over. That means everything recycled or composted- from start to finish.
Schedule of Events
10:00am to 2:00pm: Long Sands Beach Board Demos & General Merriment
4pm: Open Shop Tours, Surf Art Exhibition, Food and Beer
4:30pm: Glassing demo by Entropy Resins
5:30pm: 16mm film premiere by Cyrus Sutton Under The Sun in the barn
6:30pm: Panel Discussion with special guest shapers & builders
7:30pm: Live music by Speed of Sand
8:00pm: Second film premiere, Manufacturing Stoke by Pierce Kavanagh
9:30pm: Second set by Speed of Sand and Bonfire Merriment
Tickets: Online $12, day of $15
PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE HERE
ABOUT GRAIN SURFBOARDS
Grain Surfboards is committed to promoting the benefits of building and surfing wooden surfboards and believes that wooden surfboards can have more impact on the surfing experience and less impact on the environment. All of the wood products used in Grain surfboards and kits are sourced from local mills and forestlands in Maine that practice sustainable harvesting. All wood waste from the production of Grain's boards and kits is actively reduced and creatively recycled. Grain ships surfboards and complete surfboard kits worldwide and hosts week-long classes in which anyone can learn to handcraft their own wood surfboard. Grain is co-owned and managed by Mike LaVecchia and Brad Anderson.